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Windows 7: Can I block incoming emails in Ouitlook 2010 to "old" domain name?

06 Sep 2013   #1

Win 7 Ultimate
Can I block incoming emails in Ouitlook 2010 to "old" domain name?

I was wondering if the following is possible to setup in Outlook 2010, which I am running.

I have had my current email address for about 15 years. For the first three, it was:

but then they merged with Verizon, and it is now:

Of course, any email sent to the old domain gets auto-forwarded. Verizon has told me that they have no plans to stop doing that.

The problems is that 95% of the junk-mail I get nowadays is address to the OLD "" domain.

Is there a way to setup my Outlook 2010 that ANY emails coming in to the, will be AUTOMATICICALLY rejected and/or DELETED from the ISP server. Bascially, Outlook (or my iPhone) would never even download these emails.

I am afraid if somehow not making the setup right and accidently blocking my emails.

Thanks for any and all input!

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06 Sep 2013   #2

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1

mysticky, have you taken a look at the rules options on the top line?

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06 Sep 2013   #3

Win 7 Ultimate

Yes I have, but I am a little confused since its not dealing with keywords. These are domain names.
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 Can I block incoming emails in Ouitlook 2010 to "old" domain name?

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